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Sarnia Asset Management organises regular events in London, Guernsey and further afield, to give our community of investors a chance to meet, socialise and share ideas and insights.

Recent examples include:

  • How one man achieved returns of 26% per annum for 23 years.
  • Lessons on building a hedge fund with Harris “Kuppy” Kupperman.
  • A discussion with an expert on Venezualan real estate.

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Past Events

Another year will shortly be upon us, and what better way to begin it than exchanging investment ideas with interesting people?

With that in mind, I’d like to invite you to our event on Monday 20th November at 6:30pm at the Clarence pub, Whitehall, which has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment.

We’ll be asking everyone where they’ll be focusing their investment attention in 2023. Are you confident or pessimistic? Where do you think the biggest bargains and opportunities are? What asset classes and sectors are you looking at? This will be an open discussion so feel free to contribute where you see fit. No stone will be left unturned.

Michael Steindler is the brain behind the “REMO Strategy”, a proprietary investment strategy that has produced spectacular long-term returns for its inventor.

In short, Michael loves to buy growth but at rock-bottom valuations.

In his family portfolio, he achieved an audited, real-money track record of 25.7% net for the period from 2000-2023.

This puts him in the league of the world’s best long-term investors.

Sarnia Asset Management has just launched the Sarnia REMO Fund. This fund allows professional investors to co-invest with Michael. As ever with our funds, the portfolio advisor has very significant skin in the game – quite unlike what you find at most corporate fund management companies!

For one evening only, we will have Michael available to us in London. He will explain to you how he manages investments, and answer any questions you will have.

Harris Kupperman has built an “inflection investing” hedge fund with over USD 200m in AuM. He kindly agreed to share his wisdom with us during a lunch that included a presentation about his learnings from building his own firm, followed by Q&A and a free-ranging debate of our industry and entrepreneurial challenges.

On Tuesday 24th January at 6:30pm at the Clarence pub, Whitehall, we discuss the big themes that will shape the investment landscape in 2023.

Small caps are one of the most maligned and misunderstood areas of the market. To their detractors, they are a minefield of risk. But to their proponents, they are a fertile hunting ground for seasoned stock pickers looking for that elusive ten-bagger.

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